When Threes Brewing opened up, residents of Park Slope rejoiced. Finally, a place that would actually convince their Williamsburg friends to come visit. Threes lived up to that promise - although the babies of Park Slope admittedly do take over on weekend afternoons. This is a brewery with a bar and a big backyard that’s one of the better places in Brooklyn for a big group hang in the summer. There’s also food here from The Meat Hook, and if beer isn’t your thing, there’s plenty of wine and liquor as well.
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